He waited twenty years to return it.
The cloud hung gray in the sky above him, the concrete cold under his naked feet. Volten walked across the street to the brightly lit house and a shadow sitting in the shadowed corner.
“How can I help you?” the shadow asked.
“I needed to give you this,” Volten replied. He had waited twenty years to return it, and the knife, cold and heavy, slipped from his fingers to Lief’s released the tension of the dark memories.
“This was your father’s.”
“Yes,” Volten agreed. “It was. You keep it.”
“You’ve hold no hope for his redemption?”
“None.” And Volten left.
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